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LAURA AND WALLY'S SAVANNAH WEDDING

May, 2009 in Savannah
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Ceremony: Whitefiled Chapel at Bethesda

Vendors

Venues

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Florist:

Ramelle's Florist

2007 Abercorn Street
Savannah, GA, United States

"Lisa was awesome to work with. Everything was planned over the phone and through email. She captured everything that I had envisioned for my flowers."

Ceremony 2:00 PM:

Whitefield Chapel at Bethesda School for Boys  - Ceremony 2:00 PM - 9520 Ferguson Ave, Savannah, GA, 31406, US

Whitefiled Chapel at Bethesda

9520 Ferguson Ave
Savannah, GA 31406

"Absolutely gorgeous!! I couldn't have chosen a better place to get married."

Dinner 6:30 PM:

The Lady & Sons - Dinner 6:30 PM - 102 W.Congress St., Savannah, GA, 31401, USA

Lady & Sons

102 W Congress St
Savannah, GA, United States

"Food was terrific. Staff was very friendly and attentive."

Accomodations:

Laura & Wally (Kids) - Accomodations - 511 E Broughton St, Savannah, GA, 31401

Laura & Wally (Kids)

511 E Broughton St
Savannah, GA 31401

Attractions:

Bonaventure Cemetery

330 Bonaventure Rd
Thunderbolt, GA, United States

Attractions:

Chippewa Square - Attractions - Chippewa Square, Savannah, GA, 31401

Chippewa Square

Chippewa Square
Savannah, GA 31401

"Chippewa Square is at the center of the downtown historic district between Hull Street and Perry Street. At the square's heart, a statue of Oglethorpe commemorates the founding of Georgia. The square served as the backdrop for the famed park-bench scene in Forrest Gump."

Attractions:

City Market

219 W Bryan St # 207
Savannah, GA, United States

Attractions:

Forsyth Park - Attractions - 501 Whitaker St, Savannah, GA, United States

Colonial Park Cemetery

201 E Oglethorpe Ave
Savannah, GA, United States

"The Colonial Park Cemetery is located in downtown Savannah, at the intersection of Abercorn Street and Oglethorpe Avenue. The cemetery is also known as The Old Cemetery and The Brick Cemetery. The Colonial Park Cemetery is the second cemetery in Savannah. It was founded in 1750 and was closed for burials in 1853. It was then reopened as a park in 1896. Many famous Revolutionary War heroes are buried in Colonial Park Cemetery. Button Gwinnett was buried in the cemetery in 1777. He is one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence. He was also the acting governor of Georgia during the Revolutionary War. He was not on good terms with General Lachlan McIntosh, the leader of the Continental troops in Georgia. Gwinnett challenged Mclntosh to a duel. Gwinnett died three days later of a leg wound suffered in the duel. General Lachlan McIntosh died in1806 and was also buried in Colonial Park Cemetery. The remains of Major General Nathanael Greene were laid in the Graham vault until they were reburied at Johnson Square in 1901. There were also many ordinary civilians buried in Colonial Park Cemetery. Over 700 citizens died during the Great Yellow Fever epidemic of 1820. They were all buried in Colonial Park Cemetery. Even though there are only about 600 burial markers still standing in the cemetery, over 10,000 bodies are buried there. During the Civil War, Union troops were stationed at the cemetery because it was ideal for horses. The troops often searched for valuables among the graves. Since most of the soldiers were mischievous, they switched a number of dates on some of the tombstones. If the tampered dates are correct, then the oldest person buried there lived to be 1700!"

Attractions:

Factor's Walk - River Front

E Lower Factors Walk
Savannah, GA, US

"Factor's Walk, a row of narrow buldings along the river bluff on Bay Street, acquired its name in the 19th century when it was the meeting place for factors; sales agents and commission merchants such as cotton merchants. It was the center of commercial activities. A network of iron and concrete bridgeways connect the buildings to the bluff. The cobblestone streets were made from the ballast of ships from Europe. A network of iron crosswalks connects Bay Street with the multi-story buildings that rise up from the river level, and iron stairways descend from Bay Street to Factors Walk. Cobblestone ramps lead pedestrians down to River Street. These are real cobblestones, so wear comfortable shoes."

Attractions:

Forsyth Park

501 Whitaker St.
Savannah, GA, United States

Attractions:

Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace - Attractions - 10 E Oglethorpe Ave, Savannah, GA, United States

Juliette Gordon Low

10 E Oglethorpe Ave
Savannah, GA 31401

"Founder of the Girl Scouts."

Attractions:

Mercer House Carriage Shop - Attractions - 430 Whitaker St, Savannah, GA, United States

Mercer House Carriage Shop

430 Whitaker St
Savannah, GA, United States

"Monterey Square - setting for the non-fiction novel and movie "Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil"."

Attractions:

Savannah River

Savannah, GA, United States

Restaurants:

The Crab Shack - Restaurants - 40 Estill Hammock Rd, Tybee Island, GA, 31328, US

Crab Shack The

40 Estill Hammock Rd
Tybee Island, GA, United States

Restaurants:

Uncle Bubba's Oyster House

104 Bryan Wood Rd
Savannah, GA, United States

"Paula Deen's brother's restaurant."

Refreshment Stand:

Churchill's Pub & Restaurant - Refreshment Stand - 13 West Bay Street, Savannah, GA, United States

1 - Churchill's Pub

13 W Bay St
Savannah, GA, United States

Refreshment Stand:

Six Pence Pub - Refreshment Stand - 245 Bull Street, Savannah, GA, United States

4 - Six Pence Pub

245 Bull St
Savannah, GA, United States

"Where our "Haunted Pub Tour of Savannah" will begin on Friday at 9:00 p.m. http://www.savannahtours.com/creepycrawl.html"

Refreshment Stand:

Jen's & Friends - Refreshment Stand - 7 E Congress St, Savannah, GA, USA

Jen's & Friends

7 E Congress St # 102
Savannah, GA, United States

Refreshment Stand:

Wet Willie's - Refreshment Stand - 101 East River Street, Savannah, GA, United States

Wet Willie's

101 E River St
Savannah, GA, United States

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